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Hofer Andreas

Hofer Andreas (1767—1810)

Austrian patriot; son of a Tyrolean innkeeper. After its defeat by Napoleon I in 1805 Austria was forced to cede the Tyrol to France's ally Bavaria. In 1809, when Austria renewed war on France, Hofer led the Tyrolean peasants in rebellion against Bavaria and the French. After several military successes he was made governor of the Tyrol by the Austrians. In Oct., 1809, Austria was obliged by the Treaty of Schönbrunn to abandon the Tyrol, but Hofer continued to resist. He was betrayed to the French, court-martialed, and shot at Mantua.

Austria, 1950, Andreas Hofer

Austria, 1984, Hofer and Tyrolean Reservs

Austria, 2010, The Tyrolean Land Army Year Nine

Austria, 1984.06.05, Innsbruck. Andreas Hofer

Austria, 2010.02.19, Innsburk. Andreas Hofer


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